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Phebe (Harding) Rogers (1710 - aft. 1748)

Phebe Rogers formerly Harding
Born in Eastham, Barnstable, Province of Massachusetts Baymap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 13 Oct 1732 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Province of Massachusetts Baymap
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Died after [location unknown]
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Biography

Phebe Harding was born in April 1710 in Eastham, Barnstable, Province of Massachusetts Bay, the daughter of Amaziah and Hannah (Rogers) Harding. [1]

Phebe married Benjamin Rogers in Plymouth on 13 October 1732.[2] Benjamin was born on 19 November 1704 in Harwich, the son of John and Priscilla (Hamblin) Rogers, and also a descendant of Mayflower passenger Thomas Rogers. Phebe and Benjamin were second cousins.[3]

She was named in her father's will, dated 20 Apr 1734, about six weeks before his execution for killing Phebe's mother. The will was proved on 05 July 1734. In it he named, among others, his daughters Elizabeth Fish, Hannah Fish and Phebe Rogers.[4]

Phebe was still living in 1747 in Kingston when her last child was born,[3] and when administration on the estate of Benjamin Rogers late of Kingston, deceased, was granted to John Brewster of Kingston, innholder, on 02 February 1747/8. The inventory was dated 23 February 1747/8 and mentioned provisions for his widow. An undated petition of Phebe Rogers of Kingston stated that Benjamin died leaving her with six small children.[3]

Children of Phebe and Benjamin Rogers, first two recorded Plymouth, the rest in Kingston:[3]

  1. John, b. 28 Jan 1733/4; d. 17 Nov. 1747
  2. Hannah, b. 05 Apr 1735
  3. Benjamin, b. 06 Jun 1738
  4. Cornelius, b. 26 Aug 1739
  5. Thomas, b. 16 Nov 1741
  6. James, b. 26 Sep 1744
  7. Phebe, b. 28 Feb 1746/7

Sources

  1. "Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1626-2001," database with images, FamilySearch (20 May 2014), Barnstable > Eastham, Orleans > Births, marriages, deaths, land grants 1649-1722 > image 109 of 157; citing Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth, Boston. Eastham Town Records, Volume marked Land Grants; Births, Marriages & Deaths, page 6 from back of book.
    "phebe Harding the Daughter: of Maziah and Hannah Harding was Born at Eastham in April Anno: 1710"
  2. "Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1626-2001," database with images, FamilySearch (20 May 2014), Plymouth > Plymouth > Births, marriages, deaths 1699-1754 vol 1 > image 78 of 154; citing Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth, Boston. Plymouth Town Records, Vol. 1:144. (Original record)
    "Benjan. ROGGERS & Phebe HARDIN both of Plymo. married Oct. 13, 1732"
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume Nineteen: Thomas Rogers, Ann T. Reeves, Volume: 19, Alice W.A. Westgate (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 2000) pp. 20, 69-70.
  4. Barnstable County Probate Records, Vol. 5:180-1, Testator Maziah Harding, (1734).
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